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Michael Clarke puts himself out of South Africa series due to injury

Michael Clarke, Who played 1st ODI against South Africa was ruled out of remaining matches in the series due to injury. Clarke was reinjured with his hamstring injury again in 1st ODI against South Africa. Team Australia has confirmed this after the scanning reports but did not say any information about playing test with India on December 4th. "Clarke has taken scans today in Perth for his ongoing left hamstring problem and as a result has been ruled out of the remaining matches in the ODI series. He will return to Sydney for further treatment and an update on his fitness for the first Test in Brisbane will be made in due course," Said Australia team doctor Peter Brukner. With world cup 2015 is just 3months away coach Lehmann said that Australia can win the world cup without Clarke but playing with Clarke gives us additional advantage and confidence, He added.

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